Parley

Parley Liam Hoffen and Nick James are back in the next exciting installment of Jamie McFarlane s Privateer Tales After fighting space pirates and rescuing a damsel in distress nothing sounds better than sh

  • Title: Parley
  • Author: Jamie McFarlane
  • ISBN: 9781500937614
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Liam Hoffen and Nick James are back in the next, exciting installment of Jamie McFarlane s Privateer Tales After fighting space pirates and rescuing a damsel in distress, nothing sounds better than shore leave at Puskar Stellar on Mars where Liam can reconnect with his girlfriend But neither their newest crew member, Marny, nor the Mars Protectorate Navy is ready for theLiam Hoffen and Nick James are back in the next, exciting installment of Jamie McFarlane s Privateer Tales After fighting space pirates and rescuing a damsel in distress, nothing sounds better than shore leave at Puskar Stellar on Mars where Liam can reconnect with his girlfriend But neither their newest crew member, Marny, nor the Mars Protectorate Navy is ready for them to spend much time relaxing Their old nemesis, Harry Flark, found a new mining station to pillage and the crew of Sterra s Gift has been hired to transport a covert operative into Flark s lair This is the perfect opportunity for them to set things right if it helps to bring him down The big problem comes when Liam and Nick discover Flark is expecting them and has no intention of letting them get away with their lives Like white knights on silver steeds, Liam, Nick, Marny and a passel of new friends fight their way across the solar system, making a name for themselves and their mission.

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    • My wife presented me with this package of the Author-signed book, a signed letter from the Author and his business card. I was thrilled, apprehensive after learning it was a YA book, but honestly thrilled - I love SF and have been reading since getting Daybreak 2250 from as a young reader (back when dinosaurs still ran the printing presses).I had a Very Pleasant Surprise! The book is very tightly written with believable characters and a fair plot, yet still has the "Action Blockbuster Movie" fe [...]


    • Revenge has never been so sweetLiam, Nick , and Marny are at it again. This time the Mar Protectorate are making them an offer they can't refuse. Sneak a covert operative into another mining colony. One run by Harry Flark who sold out colony 40, nearly killing Liam's and Nick's parents and all of their friends. No chance they'll turn down the opportunity for some payback. Things go pear-shaped right away. Flark knows their coming. It will take all of their cunning and courage to survive.Many of [...]


    • Quite a decent start to the story, however it takes a long time before anything else particularly exciting happens. The story is OK but I found there was just too much mundane detail. I enjoyed some of the interaction between the characters and it was interesting to see the carry over from the previous novella Fool Me Once.One of the things I enjoy about SciFi novels is the description of the science and the interaction with the technology, it also provides an interesting contrast to the periods [...]


    • A little stereotypical near YA space action adventure story. I will probably continue the series, however some of the writing around our protagonists crushes and leadership moments are bit cringe-y too. The first story in the series had some issues with a lack of women characters, and this story seems to resolve that, with a more balanced cast. I hold out hope for the author further developing their style in future books.


    • McFarlane Did It AgainIf you are into space fiction along with high-action battle this is for you. I don't know how he comes up with this stuff. Perhaps he's a time traveller and is just telling us the future (like Star Trek?). Good fun, good characters, good description, good ending, great fun.


    • Like it, loved the new female in the crew, yet foreshadowing that this book is soon to die into a rom-com o some crap like that, please don't marry the main character to the crappy developed main female from the 1rs book pretty please! by the way this people are way too young to be this competent and serious about everything, should have made them be in it's 30'


    • So far I love this series. I hope it doesn't keep having the main characters loosing thier ship all the time, Every book so far, they have damaged or lost thier ship. It is becoming tedious. I love the characters and storyline so much. Great Reading Everyone!!!!!!!


    • Outer space shipping continuesLiam continues to operate his cargo ship and continued to solve problems others have. When he sees an injustice he rectifies it.



    • GreatAnother superior novel. Well written. Entertaining and plausible. Action filled. The series so far has been a pleasant treat and wonderfully to read. Good job.


    • Great readPlot moved along well keeping me interested. Better than the first two which were excellent. The right mix of story and action. Looking forward to Big Pete.


    • Series continues and I enjoyed the story, characters and the story universe. Fun read and will continue on with the series.


    • Light read, mostly enjoyable. More awkward conversation between characters than in the first book (or I noticed it more). Will continue reading the series.


    • Best book of the series so farAll the books have been good, fun fast reads. Old school Sci-Fi fans will love it. Buying next one now.


    • Great example of the type of books that self-publishing has enabled for new authors. I can tell Jamie is a newish author, but really enjoyed the story and look forward to reading future books and seeing him develop further as an author!Parley jumps you right into action that demonstrates the character of Nick and Liam, as well as how the privateers operate, so a good start. If you haven’t read the previous books, you will want to read at least Rookie Privateer (Privateer Tales #1). Fool Me Onc [...]


    • Since it's unlikely we will ever travel faster than light and meet the Ewoks to slaughter them as they deserve, let's just stay in the solar system and have some good old fashioned space opera fun. Fun with space pirates to boot. While the basic outline of a rag tag crew led by a recent lonely asteroid, high school graduate and hot shot seat of the pants space pilot (at least he didn't come off the moisture farm) with a well used space ship seems to be a bit overdone, the writing never becomes c [...]


    • This is a continuation of book one "Rookie Privateer" and it picks up where the previous book left off. Being used to the writing style, this time around, I enjoyed this book from all the way through. The characters are likable, the bad guys are despicable and I find myself invested in to the series and looking for more.The series feels a lot like a computer game to me. The characters complete missions, get loot and more money and use it to upgrade their gear and take on tougher opponents. Being [...]


    • Liam, Nick, and Marny are back and off on another adventure this time they team up with three additional friends Ada, Jordy, and Tali for an adventure that just might get them killed in the process. As usual Liam is a act first think later type of guy, His combination of dumb luck and unconventional tactics manage to keep him alive. Just like the previous books the writing is engaging and keeps your attention. The action is enter twined through out the book and doesn't become over baring. This i [...]


    • Liam, Nick, and Marny are back and off on another adventure this time they team up with three additional friends Ada, Jordy, and Tali for an adventure that just might get them killed in the process. As usual Liam is a act first think later type of guy, His combination of dumb luck and unconventional tactics manage to keep him alive. Just like the previous books the writing is engaging and keeps your attention. The action is enter twined through out the book and doesn't become over baring. This i [...]


    • After reading so much about galaxy wide empires and huge fleets battling in space; it is nice to see a perspective that reminds me just how immense our own solar system really is. McFarlane does this very well in a style that still reminds me of the Heinlein books I read thirty or so years ago.This was a fun, clean, good read. The only downside to McFarlane's style is a little weakness with character development still remains. Sure we learn a little more about Liam and Nick, even Marny and Tabby [...]


    • The feel of this book is like finally the author knew what he wanted of his characters and how the book was going to be like. The first book of this series was clumsy and wasn't very well written. However, this was much better and was a good read, truly it was. The characters are a lot more sure of themselves and don't come of the wrong way. Also, the protagonist is written in a more flattering light. His weaknesses are more balanced out by his strengths. Though, his girlfriend is still kind of [...]


    • Privateer Tales 1, 2, and 3A great continuing story of international tensions played out in space. A quasi-military fought between privately owned merchant warships and mercenary warships acting as pirates. The characters are likeable and the central one, Liam, is almost believable. He is young, with unbelievable nativity. Unfortunately he needs to realize that he must take the responsibility for future evil committed by the individuals that he shows mercy too.All in all, they are very good book [...]


    • Fantastic read. This series is intellectual sci-fi crack to my brain. Once I start reading any of the books in this series, it's almost impossible for me to do anything else.It's the best combination of sci-fi, family / community support, honor / duty, action, and suspense of any of the book series I've read in the last few years. I really enjoy the risk-it-all because it's the right thing to do attitude of the main characters in this series, and this book gets back to the main crew with some ad [...]


    • #3, Ready, Set, Go!I dearly love a rockem sockem space opera. There are good guys and gals, bad guys and gals and some who haven't made up their minds yet. Add in a few pirates, a couple of spies, a merc trio and a Navy puke who has way too much money to spend on civilian ships and you have a rollicking good time. Episode 4 will be so very interesting and a new, salvaged frigate to sell for scrap is not a bad thing.


    • This third book in the Privateer Tales follows Captain Liam Hoffen’s adventures as he and his crew are hired to drop an undercover operative off at a mining colony. When the agent fails to check in, Liam organizes a rescue mission. It’s a trap, and things go downhill from there. Lots of action, adventure, and space battles. I’m ready for the sequel!


    • A very good book , looking forward to the next in the series. Like the fact that Liam is young and naive which means he might suffer the consequences of his action later. Waiting to learn what direction he will develop into when he must take the responsibility for mayhem caused by the individuals that he shows mercy too.


    • The crew of Strella's Gift is back in business. Requested to perform some "light fire support" they go looking for some backup and run into an old friend and make some new ones along the way.A perfect way to spend a few hours, I'll find out what mess the crew will manage to get themselves into next.


    • Another HitLiam and Nick are at it again and came up smelling like roses. Great story with a bunch of great characters. Only thing is that Liam still hasn't found his love yet. Hope the next book is as good.


    • Excellent space opera Good character development interest ing space tactics and strategic development well developed and not to obvious _ the unforgiving nature of the environment with the human adaptation to it very in the martian ethos


    • Parley is a great read. I haven't read any of the other Privateer Tales, but I may have to now. This book is full of great characters and relationships. I received this book free through the First Reads program.


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